YourDesk University is back for the fall semester, and once again the DoC is happy to be a user group sponsor and spread the word about all these great virtual sessions!
About YourDesk University (YU)
YourDesk University is an initiative intended to help the AEC Tech community connect and share knowledge remotely during these challenging times. Presenters will be streaming tutorials and discussions via YouTube Live that cover an array of topics focused on computational skills and a broader understanding of the technological reform our industry is going through. These presentations will typically be doing deep dives into specific topics rather than introductory tutorials, which we believe there are many other great resources out there for. We will be updating the event schedule below regularly and hope you can join us!
This Seminar Series is being organized on the fly so dates, time, and speakers may change. Typically these seminars will be around 45 minutes in length and happen at 2:00 pm MT, on Wednesdays. Currently, the seminar series is scheduled to run from September 23rd to November 11th, 2020. But new dates and speakers may be added so be sure to check back often to see the latest!
You can register for the seminars you want to watch by visiting the YU website and selecting the seminars you are interested in. You can also see past sessions on the YourDesk University YouTube Channel.
Here are the upcoming sessions:
What are the “Dynamaniacs of Calgary”
The Dynamaniacs of Calgary, or DoC for short, is a Dynamo user group that will allow people that are interested in Dynamo, at any level, a place to get together and discuss all things Dynamo.
While DoC is being called a “Dynamo” user group, the plan is to not restrict it to just Dynamo topics, but expand it over time to include related Design Technology topics like Iterative Design, Generative Design, Computational Design, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and Mixed Reality to name a few.
If you are from Edmonton be sure to check out our sister group the Dynamaniacs of Edmonton.